Are You Part Of The Cleaning Committee For An Upcoming Church Event?

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Are You Part Of The Cleaning Committee For An Upcoming Church Event?

6 December 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Is your church hosting a Christmas musical program that will be attended by the members of your church and by others in the community? If so, you may be part of the cleaning committee to get your church building looking its best. From getting church members to help in the cleaning project to arranging for carpet cleaning services, here are some ideas that might help you.

Get Members To Help 

If you put out the word that help is needed to get the church cleaned, you will more than likely be delighted to see how many people sign up. Think of encouraging entire families to enlist in the cleaning effort. Once you have a relatively clear number of how many will be on hand to clean your building, consider organizing chores in a way that will get the job done quickly. For example, put two or three adults in charge of kids who might clean the floorboards. Teenagers in your church congregation might be asked to wipe down walls or to clean the wooden pews in your sanctuary. Make a list of everything that needs to be done and ask those who participate to check off what they have accomplished. Consider having treats at the end, but serve them outside so that there won't be spills in your clean building.

Enlist Outside Help 

Some jobs might be too big for you and your church members to do. For example, if your church building has carpets in it, you might be well served to get professionals to clean them. By arranging for carpet cleaning services, you'll be assured that those who do the cleaning have the training and the experience to do a thorough job. In addition, they'll have state-of-the-art equipment and the right cleaning supplies that will make it possible for them to eliminate stains that you thought would never be removed. Consider arranging for the cleaning service to do the carpets after you and the others have totally cleaned the building. By doing that, you won't run the risk of having the carpets soiled even before you host your upcoming church event. 

Consider making arrangements with the carpet cleaning service to return on a regular basis. For example, you might arrange for the cleaners to come once a month, every other month, or even just before each special event that you will be hosting. 

For more information about getting carpet cleaning services, contact a local company like Bravo Cleaning & Restoration.